, the innovators behind MMR mold stain remover – the most rapid mold remover on the market, provides insight.


Frankfort, IL, March 31st, 2014


Spring has arrived and brought warmer weather to many parts of the country.  After a long cold winter in many areas, people are beginning to enjoy outdoor activities and open doors and windows that have been kept shut for months.


It’s not only people who recognize the change in season, but also trees and plants are beginning to bloom.  This also means people who suffer from allergies to pollen and mold are beginning to develop signs of sneezing, coughing and itchy eyes.  Pollen and mold spores can travel great distances in the outdoor air, especially during windy spring days.  These air quality contaminants can be a concern to both people enjoying the outdoor weather and even those indoors as outdoor allergens can often enter a building through open doors and windows and even on people’s clothes. 


“People who suffer from year round allergies may see an increased allergic response due to the seasonal condition, but they should also look at their indoor environment for possible allergens in their home, school or place of business,” said Chris Heller with  “One common cause of year long allergies is elevated indoor mold levels which are typically caused by moisture problems in a home or building.  The inside of a building may show no visible signs of water damage and mold growth, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a possible problem in a crawl space, attic or even the wall and ceiling cavities.”


For people facing indoor mold problems, provides access to professional grade mold remediation and prevention products, applicators and personal protective equipment (PPE).  They include popular products such as MMR mold stain remover – the most rapid mold remover on the market, MPI antimicrobial, HydroKlenz and ProClear to name just a few. recently sponsored an educational video about spring allergies, pollen and mold that can be seen at:


To learn more about remediating and preventing mold growth, please visit, email [email protected] or call 708-441-7982.